Holistic Houseplants for Your Home
Your home should be a sanctuary, but this may not be the case. Unseen toxins and dirt can pollute the air in your home, putting you and your family at increased risk for getting sick and feeling tired and stressed. Chief among them, surprisingly, ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 16, 2015 in Home and Family
Feeding Your Family: Farm to Table and Container Gardening
If you've purchased a new home recently, you're likely considering some upgrades - like painting a few rooms or even bigger projects like tearing down walls. (For those, you might considering hiring a repair specialist.) Other projects are much more ...
Posted by Paula Henry on September 18, 2014 in Home and Family
Keeping the Grass Green(er): How to Keep Your Lawn Looking Good
Taking care of grass may seem like a simple enough task, but with the onset of the blazing heat of Indy’s Summer months, it gets harder and harder to maintain the lush green turfs you’ve worked so hard on all Spring. There are, however, ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 26, 2014 in Home Maintenance Tips
8 Cost Effective Ways to Boost Your Home's Curb Appeal
Spring has sprung, which means that houses are coming onto the market each and every day. For those looking for a new home, this is great news for you! But if you're wanting to sell your home, you're gaining competition. One way to get your house to ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 20, 2014 in Homeowners
Community Gardens in Indianapolis
It is true that we are a society with access to both a great wealth of healthy foods and also a tragic abundance of edibles that are more chemical than nutrient. Often, our lifestyles are fast paced and call to the convenience of quick foods, but ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 18, 2014 in Local Indy
Preparing Your Spring Lawn and Garden in Indianapolis
We have had several days full of beautiful blue skies and it has made me hungry for Spring. Despite the fact that I know we’re not there quite yet, it gives me hope to know it’s not too soon to begin planning for projects which are an ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 18, 2014 in Homeowners